Five killed in Minneapolis shooting, including gunman: police

Police say “several” people were killed after a workplace shooting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Sept. 27, 2012. The shootings took place inside Accent Signage Systems in the city’s Bryn Mawr neighborhood. – Star Tribune

Four people died after a gunman opened fire inside a Minneapolis sign company on Thursday before apparently killing himself, a police spokesman said. Five killed in Minneapolis shooting, including gunman: police  posted on Twitter. “Please stay away and let the police do their work.”
“I deplore this senseless violence,” Gov. Mark Dayton said. “There is no place for it anywhere in Minnesota. I extend my deepest condolences to the families and friends of the innocent people killed or wounded.”
Minneapolis police investigators brought witnesses of the shooting to the precinct for questioning, and all were released to family members by 7:45 p.m. Thursday
According to a Finance and Commerce feature from earlier this summer, Accent Signage specializes in Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant signs and other interior signage. The company has 28 employees at its 30,000 square foot facility and was planning to hire more people.

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